This film was produced to heighten productivity in civilian homefront industries during World War II. Aimed at employers and workers alike, it shows problems faced by some workers (especially working women) in balancing home and family duties against the necessity to report to work on time and work regular hours. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Promotional film for “Panorama,” a filmstrip/phonograph record/book playback unit. Woman operating “Panorama” unit showing Panorama Travel Program. She demonstrates how this early multimedia device can be useful in teaching. VS students using Panorama units in small groups (good) VS students studying alone There are curricular units narrated by celebrities on different countries: France, Italy, Hawaii, the Holy Land, Greece, the Soviet Union, England, Holland, India, etc.
Prompted by a discussion between painters sitting at lunch, this film analyzes seven common notions about races, heredity and group differences in the light of known scientific evidence, and proves them all wrong. Since it's situated on a college campus, the discussion benefits by the availability of modern audiovisual aids (an overhead projector) and attempts to delve under the surface of stereotype. Overall, it's a relaxed, humorous discussion that certainly shows its age. Topic: prejudice
Promotional film for ÂPanorama,Â a filmstrip/phonograph record/book playback unit, demonstrating how this early multimedia device can be useful in teaching. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Media: Multimedia, Society: Education, Tourism